This “Hill Country Tuscan” embodies old-world Tuscan architecture and Hill Country design. Beauty was created with the interaction of space and materials, from stone walls and twelve-foot ceilings to antique heart pine flooring. The house is energy-efficient, with twelve-inch walls and openings carefully oriented to minimize solar heat gain and to maximize natural ventilation. The free-standing tower, which houses an office, is connected to both the entry pavilion and the garage/workshop. Access throughout the property is a processional path connected by a covered walkway spanning between the entry pavilion and the front door.
- AIA statewide ” Small Firms/Great Projects ” touring exhibit 1994
- AIA Homes Tour 1994
- AIA Citation of Honor 1993
- “Home Offices,” 1996
- “Southern Living” 1996, 1995
- “The Natural Garden” by Kenneth Druse 1995